Final call for the saddest looking girl, shelter put her on the 'euth list'

She's lost everything she ever loved when her mom and dad decided to divorce. She also lived with a CAT and was known to be a shy girl, warming up quickly. Beyond those sad eyes, it hurts your heart just to look at her - they said she is allergic to something, but they are not sure if its food or environmental allergies.

'Funny' how she is already showing improvement with the treatment at the shelter. Now she just needs people to be whole and a family pet once again. NOT RESERVED XENA WILL BE KILLED SHORTLY AT NYCACC IN MANHATTAN, NY

A volunteer writes "I remember her when she came in, she was so withdrawn, she did not even want to come out of her kennel...Although she has remained reserved and very "private" with her feelings, Xena has changed for the better. She wants to go out, she is aware of what is going on around her and even has tried to play with a ball. She likes to spend time on a bench with a caretaker and comes to life after a little while spent together."

Another volunteer writes "I had almost given up on making friends with Xena when all of a sudden, she put her paws on my lap and gently demanded treats. Ha! What happened? Something had broken the ice and I am still to understand what ! Now we are talking! Xena follows me everywhere, she sits (even hops) for treats, jumps on the bench I am sitting on and accepts gladly petting all over. She even looks happy, me too."

We are NOT the City Shelter to where pictures were taken. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS PET please contact:
Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) at (212) 788-4000
Ask for information about animal ID number: XENA ID# 37027

Shelter contact information:
Phone number (212) 788-4000 (automated only)
Manhattan Shelter: 326 East 110 St. New York, NY 10029

Fidonation, if you or someone you know is interested in giving this pup the forever family he rightfully deserves, please contact the Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC) at (212) 788-4000, and reference the shelter ID #37027.

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2 Responses to "Final call for the saddest looking girl, shelter put her on the 'euth list'"

  1. Is she good with little kids and other dogs?

  2. Damn these shelters that murder innocent, loving Animals. They don't give them enough time before they kill these babies. Can't you see she's in pain because shelters are not shelters at all, shelters have become death row for Animals and of course these Animals are depressed. Their previous owners need to rot in Hell.


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